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Unorganised money market (in Hindi)
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Chapter 11 part-2

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Aartee Mishra
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sorry mam video upload hai so sorry main dhyan nhi di so sorry
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Even after your explanation I can't differential differentiate between indigenous bankers and money lenders . Whatever you said , I felt it was common for both . Please try to clarify it
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  3. Unorganized Money Market Before the government started the organised development of the money market in India, its unorganised form had its presence since the ancient times-its remnant is still present in the country. Their activities are not regulated like the organised money market, but they are recognised by the government. In recent years, some of them have been included under the regulated organised market (for example, the NBFCs were put under the regulatory control of the RBl in 1997) herased money market in India may be dividedn three differing categories Unregulated Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries: Unregulated NonBanking Financial Intermediaries are functioning in the form of chit funds, nidhis (operate in South India, which lend to only their members) and loan companies. They charge very high interest rates (i.e., 36 to 48 per cent per annum), thus, are exploitative in nature and have selective reach in the economy.

  4. Unorganized Money Market Indigenous Bankers: Indigenous bankers receive deposits and lend money in the capacity of an individual or a private firms Money Lenders: They constitute the most localised form of money market in India and operate in the most exploitative way. They have their two forms: a. The professional money lenders who lend their own money as a profession to earn income through interest b. The non-professional money lenders who might be businessmen and lend their money to earn interest income as a subsidiary business

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